But luckily there will be a change from 1st June 2013: all non ruminant protein PAP will be allowed as feed for aquaculture. As said by Joanna Kniaz-Hawrot from Unit 04 Communication of the Health & Consumers Directorate-General of the European Commission:
"For time being the use of PAP for feeding farmed animals is prohibited under 999/2001 but as from 1 July 2013 PAP derived from non-ruminants (so insects are included) could be used in feed for aquaculture animals. So in theory and provided that production of PAP derived from insects are authorised under ABP Regulation and that the specific conditions applicable to the production and use of PAP derived from non-ruminants and compound feed containing such processed animal protein intended to be used for feeding aquaculture animals are met, they shouldn't be any legal obstacle for using those PAP in fish feed from 1 July 2013.
To sum it up - at the moment the prohibition still apply. It will be changed with 1 July 2013 in case of feeding of farmed fish. "
Next step is to convince the EU commissions that insect PAP is safe for chicken and pigs- as this is a part of their natural food in nature , and will never be contaminated with ruminant PAP or any other PAP. We can reach this by adopting quality, labeling and feed safety standards that this new born industry will take on itself. Here is the official notice from the EU